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of William Wolk is featured in this issue of Cancer Control. Born in 1951 in
Miami, Florida, he showed an early interest in drawing and painting. He spent
one year in drawing study at the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota,
Florida. He also attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, Italy, but after
two weeks he set out on his own for self study in the city’s lovely museums
and churches. From the masterpieces on their walls, he learned the techniques
of the world’s greatest artists. Since 1984, William Wolk has been Artist
in Residence at The Greenbrier, a five-star, five-diamond resort hotel nestled
in the Allegheny Mountains. He is represented in private collections throughout
the world. His Web address is www.williamwolk.com.
Greenbriar Swans. Oil on canvas, 60"x 40".
Elvis. Oil on canvas, 24" x30".
Mist in the
Valley. Oil on canvas, 66"x 36".
Two on a Hill.
Oil on canvas, 24" x36".
Edge of the
Pond. Oil on canvas, 24" x 36".
Oil on canvas, 16" x 20".
Oil on canvas, 36" x 60".
note: Drew M. Pardoll, MD, PhD, co-author of “Advances in Gene Therapy for Malignant
Melanoma,” which was published in the January/February 2002 issue of Cancer
Control, disclosed the following information: Dr Pardoll receives grant/research
support from Cell Genesys, Inc, and from Genencor International, Inc.